2021

Copyright in Teaching

Link to Webinar Recording via Panopto from May 26 (NSID required to log in) - Copyright for Online Teaching at USask

WebEx presentation on Wednesday, May 26, 10-11am.

Join Copyright Coordinator Kate Langrell for this webinar about copyright guidelines for teaching, with a focus on online remote teaching. Kate will share practical and essential copyright info to help you provide resources to your students and steer clear of copyright issues. There will be a question-and-answer period at the end of the session. Register to receive instructions for joining the WebEx presentation.

Contact the Copyright Office for more information or to submit questions: copyright.help@usask.ca.


2020

Copyright for Online Teaching

WebEx presentation on Wednesday, April 15 from 10:00 to 11:00 am

Most copyright rules and guidelines are the same for online teaching as for in-person teaching. However, there are some exceptions in the Canadian Copyright Act that are more relevant in an online course, and some special considerations that can help you steer clear of copyright issues. In this webinar, Copyright Coordinator Kate Langrell will focus on copyright for online teaching. There will be a question and answer period at the end of the webinar.

Please register to receive instructions for joining the WebEx presentation.

For more information, please email the Copyright Office at copyright.help@usask.ca


Copyright and Your Thesis Presentation

Writing a thesis? Please join us for a “Copyright and Your Thesis” presentation from the USask's copyright coordinator! Topics covered will include your rights as an author/creator, using images in your thesis, how to acquire copyright permissions, finding “open” materials (for which copyright permission is not needed) and copyright for manuscript-style theses.

To RSVP
Student Learning Services Event Registration Page

Event Details
When: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Location: Room G3, Murray Library, Ground Floor, South Wing

For More Information
Shelby Sluth
306-966-2625
copyright.help@usask.ca

https://library.usask.ca/copyright/


2019

Copyright and Your Thesis Presentation

Writing a thesis? Please join us for a “Copyright and Your Thesis” presentation from the USask's copyright coordinator! Topics covered will include your rights as an author/creator, using images in your thesis, how to acquire copyright permissions, finding “open” materials (for which copyright permission is not needed) and copyright for manuscript-style theses.

Event Details
When:      Tuesday, Time:       12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Location:  Room 2C71, Map of Agriculture Building, Second Floor Plan

To RSVP
Student Learning Services Event Registration Page

For More Information
Shelby Sluth
306-966-2625
copyright.help@usask.ca

https://library.usask.ca/copyright/


Copyright in Teaching Presentation

This presentation will help you to gain a better understanding of what you can show in class, post in a learning management system such as BlackBoard, and photocopy to hand out to your class. Your presenter is Kate Langrell, the USask Copyright Coordinator, who will provide you with practical information on copyright legislation and guidelines, Open Educational Resources, and any other copyright-related matters that you would like to ask about during the presentation.

Thursday, Sept. 12
1 - 2:15 pm
Collaborative Learning Lab (First Floor Murray Library - Room 145)

Email copyright.coordinator@usask.ca to RSVP. Please feel free to let us know if you have any specific questions or topics that you would like to hear about or discuss at the presentation.

For more information, contact:
Shelby Sluth, 306-966-2625, copyright.help@usask.ca, library.usask.ca/copyright


2018

Copyright and your Thesis Presentation

Writing a thesis? Please join us on Monday, October 29th from noon till 1:00 pm in Room 261 of the Geology Building for a “Copyright and Your Thesis” presentation from the university’s Copyright Coordinator! Topics covered will include your rights as an author/creator, using images in your thesis, how to acquire copyright permissions, finding “open” materials (for which copyright permission is not needed) and copyright for manuscript-style theses.

Event Details
When:      Time:       12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Location:  Room 261, Geology Building, Second Floor Plan

For More Information
Copyright Coordinator
306-966-8817
copyright.coordinator@usask.ca

https://library.usask.ca/copyright/


Copyright in Teaching Presentation

Do you have copyright questions about your course materials? Please bring your lunch and join us at this overview presentation on "Copyright in Teaching".

The presentation by Kate Langrell, USask Copyright Coordinator, will cover what you can show in class, what you can post in a learning managment system such as Blackboard, and what you can photocopy to hand out to your students.

When:      Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Time:       12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:  Room 102, First Floor Murray Library

Please RSVP to copyright.coordinator@usask.ca, and please feel free to let us know if you have any specific questions or topics that you wouldl ike to hear aobut or dicuss at the session.

For more information, please visit the Copyright News and Event page - https://library.usask.ca/copyright/news-and-events/index.php 


Copyright Help for Course Materials

If you have any copyright questions as you prepare your fall course materials, please drop-in on the Copyright Coordinator!

Copyright Drop-In Sessions will be held across campus during the week of August 7th.

Tuesday, August 7th
Engineering Library
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Wednesday, August 8th
Education Building – Room 1037
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 

Thursday, August 9th
Leslie and Irene Dubé Health Sciences Library – Room 1430
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Friday, August 10th
Murray Library – First Floor Pod 1 (Behind the “Ask Us” desk)
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

If these times do not work for you, please feel free to contact the Copyright Office to arrange a time to meet.


Copyright Open House at Murray Library

Open to staff, faculty and students.

In honour of World Copyright Day (April 23rd) and World Intellectual Property Day (April 26th), the USask Copyright Office is holding an open house on Friday, April 27th from 2-4pm in Room G3 of the Murray Library. Please come by to ask questions, see the new copyright website, meet the Copyright Coordinator, and more!

Open to staff, faculty and students. Coffee and snacks will be provided.

For more information, contact Shelby Sluth (shelby.sluth@usask.ca or at 306-966-2625).

For more Copyright News and Events, please visit library.usask.ca/copyright/news-and-events.

World Copyright and Book Day     World IP Day      Copyright Open House


2017

Copyright and your Thesis

Join the university’s Copyright Coordinator to learn and ask questions about copyright and your thesis! Topics discussed will include:

  • using copyright-protected images in your thesis;
  • using previously-published text (written by someone else or by you);
  • how to find “open” materials (i.e., materials with fewer copyright limitations); and
  • how and when to seek permission from a copyright owner.

Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Location: GSA Commons (Emmanuel & St. Chad)

Please RSVP to copyright.coordinator@usask.ca, and feel free to let us know if you have any specific questions or topics that you would like to hear about or discuss at the session.


Copyright in Teaching

Do you have copyright questions about your course materials? Please bring your lunch and join us at this overview presentation on “Copyright in Teaching,” which will be followed by a question and answer (Q & A) session.

Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Room G3, Murray Library Building

The presentation by Kate Langrell, USask Copyright Coordinator, will cover what you can show in class, what you can post in a learning management system such as BlackBoard, and what you can photocopy to hand out to your students. For the remaining time, the floor will be open for a copyright Q & A session and discussion.

Please RSVP to copyright.coordinator@usask.ca, and please feel free to let us know if you have any specific questions or topics that you would like to hear about or discuss at the session.


Copyright in Teaching - Fall Fortnight Presentation

Type: The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning - Fall Fortnight
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: MURRAY 50.12 GMCTL
Classroom Facilitator(s): Kate Langrell, Copyright Coordinator & Heather M. Ross, Gwenna Moss Centre

This interactive session will help you to gain a better understanding of what you can show in class, what you can post in a learning management system such as BlackBoard, and what you can photocopy to hand out to your class. Your presenters are Kate Langrell, the USask Copyright Coordinator, and GMCTL Educational Developer Heather Ross. They will provide you with practical information on copyright legislation and guidelines, Open Educational Resources, and any other copyright-related matters that you would like to ask about during the session.

Please RSVP with GMCTL.


Open Access Publishing for Your Research Articles

Date:  Monday, October 23, 2017
Time:  2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location:  MURRAY 145 (CLL) Collaborative Learning Lab 
Presented by: DeDe Dawson, Library

This session will introduce you to the rapidly growing world of open access publishing – both journals and repositories. We will talk about finding a reputable open access journal for your work, or if you choose to publish in a conventional journal you can still usually make the final manuscript open access through repositories! This session will also help you to understand and comply with funder mandates for open access (like the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications).


For Students: How to Find and Use Open Resources, and Release Your Own Work Openly

Join Jordan and Kate during Open Education Week and attend their session "For Students: How to Find and Use Open Resources, and Release Your Own Work Openly"

For more information and how to register for all events - The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness - http://www.usask.ca/gmcte/events

In this session, we will discuss ways to enhance your work by finding and including open resources in it, as well as copyright exceptions from which students can benefit.
There will also be information about opportunities for openly releasing your own work so that it can be seen and accessed by others.

When: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Where: Murray Library, Room G3
Who: Jordan Epp & Kate Langrell


2016

Copyright in Teaching: What Can You Use?

Date:  Friday, September 9, 2016
Time:  1:00 to 2:30 PM
Location:  MURRAY G3
Presented by:  Ryan Banow & Kate Langrell

Registration is not required for the September 9 session.

This interactive session helps you gain a better understanding of what you can show in class, what you can post online, and what you can photocopy to hand out to your class. Your presenters are Kate Langrell, USask Copyright Coordinator, and GMCTE Instructional Designer Ryan Banow. They will provide information on recent changes to copyright legislation and help you understand what you can post and/or distribute under the new legislation and under the university’s Fair Dealing Guidelines.


Copyright in Teaching: What Can You Use? Fortnight Presentation

Type: The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness (GMCTE) Fortnight Event 
Date:  Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Time:  2:30 to 4:00 PM
Location:  MURRAY G3
Presented by: Ryan Banow & Kate Langrell  

This interactive session helps you gain a better understanding of what you can show in class, what you can post online, and what you can photocopy to hand out to your class. Your presenters are Kate Langrell, USask Copyright Coordinator, and GMCTE Instructional Designer Ryan Banow. They will provide information on recent changes to copyright legislation and help you understand what you can post and/or distribute under the new legislation and under the university’s Fair Dealing Guidelines.

Please register to attend at http://www.usask.ca/gmcte/events.

For more information visit the The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness website.